The restaurant is situated in what is believed to be the town’s original 15th Century listed Almshouses. The huge fireplace and exposed oak trusses are just a few of the original features which enhance this unique building accessed from the main reception of the hotel.

Clothed tables, sparkling glassware, cutlery and crisp napkins now set the tone for modern fine dining, celebrations and bespoke dinners. Diners are able to choose from our 2 Rosette A la Carte Menu which provides something for everyone.

The daily cheese selection offers a tempting array of artisan and locally produced cheese alongside a selection on artisan Italian cheeses all accompanied by ports and brandy to complete the culinary offering.

Opening onto an inner courtyard for al fresco dining in the summer and warmed by the open fire in the winter, the restaurant is charming intimate setting in which to enjoy award winning, delicious food.

The Raven Much Wenlock Fine Dining





The Raven Lounge is within the original 17th Century coaching inn and during its history played host to a historic meeting and banquet between Dr William Penny Brookes and Baron Pierre de Coubertin which ultimately provided the inspiration for the modern Olympic Games.

A copy of the fine banquet that was served at The Raven for Brookes and Coubertin in 1856 is displayed in the bar and features pigeon pie, ornamented hams, braised, boiled and roasted beef followed by such delights as six vases of pineapples and grapes.

Often used as a meeting point for friends you’ll find a welcoming atmosphere complemented by friendly, attentive service and food that really is a notch above the average.

The Raven Much Wenlock Lounge Dining
Monday – Saturday 6.00pm – 8.45pm

A la Carte Menu

Monday – Saturday 12.00noon – 2.30pm
Sunday - Thursday 12.00noon - 2.30pm / 6.00 - 8.45pm
12.00noon - 2.30pm

Sunday Lunch Menu

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